PORTRAIT COMPLETED by Ruth Bell Graham

Ruth Bell Graham began this poem for her mother when she was nineteen years old on Mother’s Day 1940. She finished it thirty-four years later on November 8, 1974, the day her mother died. PORTRAIT COMPLETED As the portrait is unconscious of the master artist’s touch, unaware of growing beauty, …

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Remember The Man

Remember the man, who was honest and true, Good to us all, and wise too. Full of compassion and grace I’m sure he brought a smile to God’s heavenly face. Remember the man, whose voice filled the room As he strummed his guitar to an old country tune. With his …

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Guard Change

Consider Him who endured such hostility from sinners against Himself, lest you become weary and discouraged in your souls.      Hebrews 12:3 I wrote the following poem on August 10, 1980 while Neil and I were on a camping trip with my mother and father to the East Coast of Canada.  …

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